July 12, 2009
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July 11, 2009
Regina Beats 92-Year-Old Record Low
For people camping at Craven, or elsewhere, it was a chilly start to the weekend in parts of southern Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada meteorologist Jean Theriault (TERR-ee-oh) says Regina broke the record cold temperature for July 11.
“3.1 recorded this morning, the previous record was 3.9, an old one, recorded in 1917,” Theriault said Saturday morning.